Sara Radin

Sara Radin is a freelance writer, community organiser and trend forecaster based in Brooklyn, New York.

Culture

what the sustainable movement is missing about privilege

We talk to activists and writers about how we can make green living more inclusive.
Sara Radin
6.5.19
Culture

6 creatives on how to make self-care more inclusive

Mainstream culture tends to ignore the ways the trend leaves out those who are disabled or chronically sick.
Sara Radin
6.2.19
Culture

meet 5 illustrators using their art to celebrate the beauty of being queer

i-D talks to a group of artists about exploring their sexuality through their work, and the challenges they've run into when sharing their lives online.
Sara Radin
5.30.19
Art

suzanne lacy on making feminist art and why everyone should be an activist

"I tend to see activism as a human endeavor that goes along with citizenship. You can be an activist as a doctor, you can be activist as a psychotherapist, and you can be activist as an artist."
Sara Radin
5.28.19
Art

wendy red star's art celebrates the indigenous roots of american feminism

Her new exhibit explores Native American ideologies and the forgotten history of the Crow tribe.
Sara Radin
5.21.19
Art

corey wash's colorful art explores our toxic relationship with social media

In her latest exhibition, Conversation Derelict, the artist employs bright colors and conversational doodles to satirize our reliance on digital technology.
Sara Radin
5.12.19
Fashion

3 things we learned at frieze’s art & fashion summit

The inspiring conversations with cultural visionaries highlighted the relationship between art, fashion, and identity.
Sara Radin
5.6.19
Fashion

we need to change the way we think about sustainable fashion

Activist Céline Semaan explains why we can't just buy into sustainability, we have to change the way we live.
Sara Radin
4.17.19
Art

betty tompkins refuses to shut up or be censored

The 74-year-old artist talks making paintings of sex in the 70s and getting her “second act” in 2002.
Sara Radin
4.14.19
Opinion

why are we so bad at breaking up with people?

i-D explores the lack of authenticity and directness when it comes to dating and breaking up with people today.
Sara Radin
4.10.19
Culture

an autistic teenager on why self-advocacy matters

16-year-old activist Emma Zurcher-Long is the co-director of UNSPOKEN, a documentary celebrating autism acceptance.
Sara Radin
4.1.19
Culture

what teen movies like 'five feet apart' get wrong about chronic illness

Representation of illnesses like Cystic Fibrosis is important, but there's still a way to go until the media showcases more authentic and empathetic narratives.
Sara Radin
3.18.19
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